Smog Situation In Delhi Got Worse. Even Celebrities Are Reacting On Social Media Sites

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Pollution is one of the most serious problems in India, especially in the metro cities, New Delhi being the front-runner. In fact, Delhi has now turned into a gas chamber and it is becoming difficult for the citizens to walk on the streets of the capital.

The doctors are of the opinion that inhaling air in Delhi is equivalent to smoking 50 cigarettes in a day. The mornings in almost whole NCR are filled with smog which has compelled the government to close the schools till Wednesday. The chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked the Delhites to remain indoors as much as possible and work from home.

Smog is a term given to the mixture of smoke and fog and it is formed by various pollutants, for example, nitrogen oxides and dust particles.

The situation in Delhi is absolutely alarming and it has worried many celebrities too, including Bollywood actors such as Parineeti Chopra, Taapsee Pannu, Varun Dhawan, Arjun Kapoor and others.

Parineeti took to Facebook and wrote that she had to do shooting for 2 days in Delhi and she is having problems in chest, head and throat.

In a Facebook post, she wrote,

“2 days of shooting in Delhi – and my chest is hurting, head is hurting, throat is paining!! Cant believe we have let things go so out of hand that human beings dont have air to breathe to anymore. Can’t imagine the situation for kids and elders. Please guys, lets all WAKE UP. We cannot be doing this to our planet. #DelhiSmog”

2 days of shooting in Delhi – and my chest is hurting, head is hurting, throat is paining!! 😰 Cant believe we have let…

Posted by Parineeti Chopra on Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Varun Dhawan also posted a photo of himself wearing a mask and talked about the worrying situation in Delhi.

He wrote,

“I have clicked this selfie to show you guys what actual smog looks like. I don’t want to preach I am equally to blame for this mess as most of the citizens of our great country, but now instead of blaming each other and the government let’s change. It’s time we go green. #delhichokes

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